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FOX Business
Dec 6, 2013 12:00am EST
environment. around the world? we just heard about harrison ford seven airplanes don't they get that puts more carbon than 1,000 light bulbs? it is if they live in a separate stupid world called hollywood nation. that is the title of james hirsen bought. what is going? >> hollywood has embraced environmentalism as a religion they have a high priest the nobel laureate laureate, of the oscar winner of court you have to accept what he says with a knife faith and without logic. >> but some blindness to the fact you mention al gore i was surprised to see build the monster homes while preaching? >> the hypocrisy is monumental the 19,000 square foot mansion in tennessee, a group could get a hold of his utilities was 20 times of the average american also mention at mont to cboe near zero pres house. hn: are any of those environmental activist not hypocrites? to some live the lif? >> ed begley, jr., a darrell hill and that, they actually live a lifestyle consistent with what they preach but that is rare. the vast majority of celebrities take opulence to the highest level. john: ptt said turn
FOX Business
Dec 7, 2013 12:00am EST
depends upon your work environment. if it is a creative environment, that is one thing. what's of lawyers and judges is another. >> i have been in that positn. >> take a picture. >>t's all about the black male. melissa: take a picture. >> still posted on twitter. holding your back pocket for when it comes time to talk about your bonus and salary. melissa: and like it. >> it's all about blackmail. melissa: here is the questionn3 everyone wonders. the big office party. how long do you have to stay? what is the etiquette? >> make an appearance in and say hello to the key players. hi to your boss. ideally say hi to the ceo, maybe someone in human-resources, anyone else you want to connect with the need for the first time in a more social situation. melissa: that's it? >> i think that's fine. a lot of time -- melissa: do you worry about looking like a boring marriage? the mean, does it bother you at all? >> i don't worry about that. i worry the u.s. me that. >> i think you have to stay at the party as long as possible. melissa: and jared is getting everybody drunk. thanks. go have a co
FOX Business
Dec 5, 2013 5:00pm EST
it, personally. i think if you are not any work environment that is an information base the requires 24 communication, turn it off. it makes people more productive. melissa: it would that be? to release in a job where you don't need to be in contact all the time? had nothing that is a big group. >> exactly. everybody to some degree, their job expands to the amount of time that they allow there employers and managers to recent. melissa: you think a lot of people could. >> you need boundaries. as an employee you have to be structured about your process and let the manager know early on the you are not going to let check e-mails. melissa: you would do that? de work for yourself? >> i am the chief operating officer for an organization so i do have that economy. i did it at 11:00 at night with the mills that are urgent. i don't answer them and set parameters are and what will and will not do. melissa: you let them sit there? the chief information officer and you don't give out information in the middle of the night? i feel like you will be looking for jobs in? >> with plants when he set t
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